I briefly mentioned in one of my monthly favourite posts that I was going through a diet change to determine what on Earth is going on with my digestive system. Two months later and everything is finally sorted and I feel better than I have in a looong time (hooray)! My digestive issues story started… Continue reading A Proper Diagnosis..
Ladies, Get Your Cervical Screening Done
I had my first Cervical Screening done today so I just wanted to do a teeny tiny post to let anyone who is nervous about theirs, know that is is a breeze. For anyone confused on what a cervical screening is or in their country it's called something else, cervical screening is a quick but vital… Continue reading Ladies, Get Your Cervical Screening Done
“You Can’t Love Someone Until You Love Yourself”
"You can't love someone until you love yourself". Be real with me. Does this sentence make your eyes roll into the back of your head like it does me? In my experience, love is what made me accept myself. If it wasn't for my current relationship, I would probably not have the confidence or motivation… Continue reading “You Can’t Love Someone Until You Love Yourself”
Have I Become an Emotional Eater?
I recently read an older blog post from Grace Victory about Emotional Eating, as I was reading through it I could empathise with Grace completely.. I am an emotional eater too. Happy, sad, celebrating, treating myself, bored.. food is always involved. Since recovering from my previous disordered eating I've gone on to the other side… Continue reading Have I Become an Emotional Eater?
Give Me 10 years, Then I’ll Think About Kids
Since hitting my mid twenties and being in a relationship for nearly four years, people have decided to start commenting on my relationship. All the situations I'm not ready for are being questioned, "you'll be thinking about marriage and kids soon right?" then when I swiftly reply "no", the reactions I get are beyond hilarious.… Continue reading Give Me 10 years, Then I’ll Think About Kids
Mental Health Day 2018
Wednesday 10th October, is World Mental Health Day. It is a day to remember those who have fell victim to poor mental health, those of us that have been lucky enough to beat our demons and also to raise awareness of mental health in all genders, ages and races. The internet can be a massive… Continue reading Mental Health Day 2018
Beating the Winter Blues
It's the first week of September, which means Autumn is quickly rolling in. The days have got cooler, the nights a lot colder, dusk has arrived by 8pm, Starbucks has brought out the Pumpkin spiced lattes again and Summer is officially over in 2 weeks. What a bummer. I love Summer, I always feel happiest… Continue reading Beating the Winter Blues
What About Us Average Girls?
Two days ago on 29th August 2018, model and body positive activist Tess Holliday, graced the front page of Cosmopolitan UK website and the magazine is set to hit the shelves next month. Tess spoke openly about mental health and how her weight has attracted negative comments from bystanders and trolls on the internet. Don't… Continue reading What About Us Average Girls?
My Gluten Sensitivity Story & Favourite Gluten Free Foods
I haven't wrote about my gluten sensitivity before on this blog as I guess I was in denial about what was really going on inside my body. It's taken a few weeks but I am slowly getting into cutting down my gluten intake by a lot during the work week (I eat relatively how I… Continue reading My Gluten Sensitivity Story & Favourite Gluten Free Foods
The Irish Referendum is a Huge Step for Women’s Rights
In just two days time (25th May 2018), Ireland will hold a controversial referendum to repeal article 40.3.3 of the Irish Constitution AKA the 8th amendment. The Eighth Amendment currently makes it illegal for Women to have an abortion unless her life is in substantial risk. The eighth amendment was passed by referendum in 1983… Continue reading The Irish Referendum is a Huge Step for Women’s Rights